How do we keep your personal data safe?
We recognize the importance of security and privacy to you. Here are a few of the safeguards we use to keep your personal information safe:
Computer virus protection aids in the detection and prevention of computer viruses in our computer networks.
Individuals or networks can get unauthorized access through firewalls.
Secure data transmissions aid in the confidentiality of information. We send information to you and your bank using 128-bit Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption.
What can you do to safeguard your personal data?
You have a critical role in the security of your data. Here are a few pointers to help you keep your personal information safe.
Email isn’t secure by default. Sending confidential account information through email is not a good idea.
To view our website, we recommend that you use a recent version of either Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator/Communicator. These browsers offer the most up-to-date encryption, ensuring that your connection to us is safe.
Make passwords that are tough to guess for others. Personal information such as your birth date, address, or pet’s name should never be used as a password. Keep your passwords for each account separately, and don’t write them down anywhere where they could be discovered by others.
Protect your PC with antivirus and firewall software. Install the newest security updates and keep your operating system up to date. For further information on how to secure your computer, click on the links below.
Please keep in mind that we will never ask for personal information via emails, such as passwords or account numbers.
Always be on the lookout! Please notify us right once if you detect anything suspicious.
Make sure your credit record is free of unlawful activity at least once a year. Information on obtaining a free credit report can be found below.